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of progression of slowly dismantling the campaign-finance laws, the foundation of those laws we got in the 1970's. citizens united is by far the biggest there. upcoming case will be another one, the listing rules for aris. and potentially some court watchers believe, he could not down the benefits given to candidates and parties themselves. so, the citizens united is the most high-profile decision on this issue, but very much in a string of cases and we do not know how this is going to and yet either. marianne from tennessee on our line for independents. good morning. caller: good morning. i have a question about dark money. when the representatives who are supposed to be representing us shut down the government over obamacare, the stock market went down. resumed, iternment went up the same day. since these representatives get a heads up on the market movements, how many of them made money, who were they, and how much? host: andy kroll. guest: that is a good question. that gives back to what the previous color said about the stock act. there is absolutely the for them to act on information they h
they put a name on. there's no law that says a title of a bill has to be truthful and sometimes that's how you can end up with a bill calling itself affordable care, when a majority lose their insurance, don't get for re they need or, example, find out in three to five years when they need a new pacemaker, the new law will not allow them to get it. those are problems. and what i have also found more and more of are senior citizens who are now beginning to figure out that when the aarp endorsed bamacare, i don't think it's disrespectful to the president justll the bill obamacare, as the president and others called the bill that governor omney signed in massachusetts, romneycare. i don't consider it disrespectful to former governor romney to call it romneycare. i don't think it's disrespectful to call the unaffordable care act obamacare. so no disrespect to the president intended by referring to his signature bill. but people have been hurt. people have been moved from full-time employment to part-time employment. they like their insurance policy, but then they found out they didn't get to
to individual insurer. >> in d.c. there is state level laws that basically outlaw the sale or purchase outside of insurance exchange. >> hadley, good luck. do you think you will ever get through on this. >> i don't know. i will explore my options and see what i can do next year. >> the magic date might be december 1st. obama administration says this will all be working as of november 30th. try december 1st. >> thanks. >> good luck. next guest force president obama to stick to his promise. what is he doing? you will find out next. ready to run your lines? okay, who helps you focus on your recovery? yo, yo, yo. aflac. wow. [ under his breath ] that was horrible. pays you cash when you're sick or hurt? [ japanese accent ] aflac. love it. [ undehis breath ] hate it. helps you focus on getting back to normal? [ as a southern belle ] aflac. [ as a cowboy ] aflac. [ sassily ] aflac. uh huh. [ under his breath ] i am so fired. you're on in 5, ck. [ male announcer ] when you're sick or hurt, aflac pays you cash. find out more at aflac.com. >> warning going out to trick or treaters in one neighborhood.
abortion law. the anti-abortion law attracted national attention this summer, not just for its severity, but also because of texas democratic senator wendy davis and her 13-hour-long filibuster, which temporarily thwarted republicans' plans to pass that law. despite that filibuster and despite large protests, texas republicans did get the law passed, and governor rick perry's signature on it set in motion a countdown to texas clinics that provide abortions having to shut down. the law had been set to go into effect on tuesday of this week, so a few days ago. and a dozen clinics in the state expected to have to close their doors that day. on monday, at the eleventh hour, a federal judge stepped in and blocked the implementation of the law, saying it was unconstitutional, so the clinic stayed open. but tonight, a higher federal court, the appeals court for the conservative fifth circuit has overturned the monday ruling, which clears the way for the law to go into effect, basically, right now. this ruling, late tonight, means that a third of the facilities that provide abortions for women
. the supreme court rejecting oklahoma's appeal to reinstate its strict law banning medical abortions, specifically those performed with the drug ru486 known as the abortion pill. the court initially agreed to take up the appeal this spring but later asked oklahoma's court to clarify what the law covered. the court responded by saying the measure effectively bans all medical abortions. that apparently wasn't enough for justices and now oklahoma's supreme court decision avoiding the law will remain intact. pete williams joins us live. this is one of a number of abortion related cases and high court is expected to consider soon. >> right, but consider the importance of what the court did here. as a technical legal matter, what the supreme court did here today, no presidential value and expressed no view on the laws and said we're not going to hear this case after all. consider the fact in the spring when it looked like enthuse law in oklahoma was to restrict not to ban the use of ru486 and one other pill for medicinal purposes the supreme court was willing to look at that. oklahoma said
anything to win you'll hear the accusations that landed them in trouble with the law. >>> air travel, turn off your kindle or it will crash the plane. nobody every really thought that was real, did they? now the rules of thary are about -- of the air are's to change. how long until they happen? and what is still offlimits. we have answer so let's get to it. >> good halloween afternoon to you and yours. first from fox at 3:00 from the fox necessary deck. police say a group of thieves wearing halloween masks robbed an armored car in fifths and got away with more than $300,000. i happened as the armored car was parked outside a bank. the thieves dumped the getaway car outside a anybody school and then took off in another vehicle. a witness says the men seemed to have planned the robbery and it was all over within seconds. police and fbi have been searching for evidence and now they're looking for suspects. let's get to a reporter for our station wtxf, fox in philadelphia, who is live this afternoon. what's the latest there? >> reporter: the fbi now says they're looking for four suspects. witn
bpa, it would set a precedent for other laws and market based changes that could have a big domino effect on our exposures, especially to endocrine disrupting compounds, you go back to standard you may have used in college, i did when i didn't have any money was to soak the beans, it's way cheaper, avoids canned food exposure, also to go with frozen or fresh vegetables if you can rather than cans, to choose stainless steel water bottles and other alternatives for baby bottles if you have young children and to change markets and to change laws because we know there are a lot of inequities that shapes who has access to healthy foods and fresh fruits,, we need to change some laws that these canned foods are safer, and more foods are available. we've gone into a can of corn, i don't know if you got that, we dove into this can of corn to talk about the bpa act, from representative ann marky from the house and senator from the senate, and this bans [inaudible] food and beverage containers, from infant and toddlers food, from everything, from adults, pregnant women, some important popula
. doubled. those are real stories of fathers, mothers, sons, and daughters, who have to live with the law that up to now has completely failed them. ms. tavenner, the administration delayed the employer mandate for one year. the treasury witness before the committee testified the reason the administration granted big business a one-year delay is, quote, employers and their representatives have requested transition relief for 2014 because of concerns about the difficulty or cost of complying with the employer mandate. secretary sebelius appeared before this committee and repeatedly said obama care was ready. it clearly wasn't. doesn't the failed launch indicate many individuals are going to have to at least have as much difficulty complying with the individual mandate as big business had with the employer mandate, yet from the announcement last night, you've only given individuals a six-week delay. cms announced 700,000 people had submitted applications for exchange coverage nationwide, but with all the challenges you have been facing, there are some serious questions about what these appl
dissolution law, i wanted to go over the highlights. so we know at this point in the 20th month of dissolution, that enforceable obligations are the key to what is the agenda for successor agencies. we know that the dissolution law, although it requires successor agencies to wind down as quickly as possible allows activities to continue if they further preexisting enforceable obligations. we also know that in designing enforceable obligations and what can be spent for those, the state through the department of finance has primarily through the rock which you review every six months and submitted to the department of finance. under dissolution law dof has suggest discretion to reject the expenditures in the rock and challenge the existence of the obligations. enforceable obligations are broadly defined to design contract agreements and among other things obligations imposed by state law. so because of the relative uncertainty that we have about enforceable obligation because dof can review them, there was a procedure placed in the clean up legislation to the original dissolu
of the americans saying the health care law is a bad idea and we need to fix it or nix it. the president's approval rating has hit an all-time low. 62% not approving. and they want to send lawmakers packing. >> it's always to the republican in congress' benefit when they don't have anything legislatively to do, and at the moment, all they have to do is beat up on the president and that's working, i think, all politicians should use this moment as a time to talk about what the country needs and what your party is for and more importantly, how you make the country a better place. >> joining me now is democratic senator bob casey of california. we saw eric cantor suggesting that president obama knows the enrollment numbers that exist to date and obama alluded to it yesterday when he said that more people were buying new plans online than a couple of weeks ago. the president has enrollment data that the president continues to hide. two republicans are set to endorse a bill to force the secretary to release weekly reports about what's happening on the website. so do you think, do you feel the administra
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can expect if washington democrats continue their stubborn defense of this partisan law. now, mr. president, on another .atter politicians regularly come to washington promising fiscal responsibility. since congress passed the bca with overwhelming bipartisan , washington has actually reduced the level of government spending for two years running. the bca savings are such a big deal that the president inpaigned on it endlessly 2012. he bragged about the bipartisan .uts he told audiences from california to baltimore that he signed $2 trillion in spending cuts into law. like to say these days, elections matter and the president explicitly stated that he put these on the back of the bipartisan spending cuts. fromet the exit polls november. two thirds said raising taxes to cut the deficit was a nonstarter. whiched to obamacare, more voters said they wanted to repeal, the levels of support are striking. if our friends on the other side contradict -- keep obamacare contradicted by the then have to called the mandate for reducing the size of government day superman date -- a super manda
. but to say the underlying law can work. if you doubt that, look at all the states where it's actually working. >> there's another issue here, and that is who's going to be covered and who isn't. lisa myers reported for nbc last night that 50% to 75% of the 14 million consumers who buy their health insurance individually are going to get a cancellation letter because their policies don't meet the standards, the higher standards that are mandated by the new health law. susan, considering president obama said over and over again if you like your plan, you can keep it, is this a problem? >> yeah, don't make a promise you can't keep. you know, this was the administration dealing with a pr problem they had at the moment, which was that people weren't comfortable, had a lot of questions about how the affordable care act would work. he told people they could keep their insurance plan. officials knew at the time that because they were setting higher standards for insurance policies, some of the current insurance policies would not be allowed to continue. and now they're having to deal with that realit
scrutiny, as white house officials admit some plans will cease to exist under the law. >> it's true there are existing health care plans on the individual market that don't meet those minimum standards and, therefore, do not qualify for the affordable care act. there are some that can be grandfathered if people want to keep insurance that's substandard. what is also true is americans who have insurance on the existing individual market will now have numerous options available to them. >> reporter: president obama making an obama care pitch to young people. you must sign up for health insurance to avoid a fine. >> when you look at the number of young people who actually want health insurance but are having trouble affording it, the fact we're making it affordable for them for the first time, that's a big deal. >> reporter: a new study shows 70% of eligible americans between 18 and 34 can now purchase coverage for less than $100 per month. that's if they can sign up. health care.gov was knocked offline sunday, along with the data hub that verifies eligibility for government subsidies.
obama defends his signature health care reform law and the cabinet gets thumped for how poorly the roll out of the website is going. breaking news in the death of a 17-year-old african-american young man in georgia. kendrick johnson's parents insisted it was not an accident as local officials concluded, but murder. earlier today a judge in georgia ordered the release of new potential evidence of surveillance from the high school gym where his body was found taken before he died or was killed. we learned the justice diameter announce whether his death warrants a kifl rights investigation. details from victor blackwell. victor? >> in just a few hours, michael moore will announce whether or not his death will get the federal investigation. michael moore who had i contact with that he had this information, he led a search and the family desperately wants this investigation. >> months of protests. sit ins and marches had shaken the small south georgia city. demonstrators want answers in the death of kendrick johnson and soon a u.s. attorney will announce whether or not he wants answers too.
of implementing the law, it went on for hours. >>> the story of a little boy and his pal who happens to be the pope. amazing story in a moment. gent. did i tell you i am on the... [ both ] chicken pot pie diet! me too! [ male announcer ] so indulgent, you'll never believe they're light. 100-calorie progresso light soups. >>> welcome back. the fight over obama care. health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius drew the hometown hostility on capitol hill and president obama had better luck in massachusetts. speaking this afternoon in boston, he underscored the similarities, tauted the web fits and criticism he over sold and acknowledged the healthcare.gov website is a mess. >> look, there is no denying it. right now, the website is too slow. too many people have gotten stuck and i'm not happy about it. and neither are a lot of americans who need healthcare and they are trying to figure out how they can sign up as quickly as possible. so there is no excuse for it. and i take full responsibility for making sure it gets fixed asap. we are working overtime to improve it every day.
this law, after signing the overall law in march of 2010. stephen hayes, senior writer "weekly standard," fox news contributor. parse this now, steve. your take? >> this is bigpretty big deal. this is confirmation of what many republicans were saying all along. the main promise of the white house's president obama's signature domestic policy that you could keep your plan if you like it but was not true but a deliberately. there is no real way to be polite about it. this was a lie. this was a lie from the beginning. these documents unearthed over last 24 hours make that abundantly clear. bill: are they parsing this language themselves? as you define the word is, is between the lines? >> they're in trouble. scrambling trying to come up with any way to explain this away when the plain language what the president said and what we've now seen makes it impossible to do so. valerie jarrett, top obama advisor sent out a tweet, saying in effect nothing in obamacare forces you off these plans. just these insurance companies that are doing this. bill: that seemed to be, a little bit of what we hea
of a republican effort before the health care bill became law of the land to push back on this presidential sales pitch. >> if you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health care plan, period. no one will take it away no matter what. >> reporter: that was the summer of 2009 during the heat of the health care legislative battle and so was this. >> on the is it stump the president says if you like your plan you can keep your plan but if you read the bill, that just isn't so. for starters within five years, every health care plan will have to meet a new federal definition for coverage. one that your current plan might not match even if you like it. >> reporter: fast forward three years, that is exactly what is happening. insurance companies are dropping americans all across the country from their health plans many because policies don't have coverage now required under obama care. democrats trying to calm concerned constituents call it a good thing. >> if we don't enforce this policy, insurance companies can continue offering flimsy coverage that disappears when people actually n
year like everyone else? >> sir, the way the law is written -- >> yes or no. say you're wrong, on that, yes or no, will you, yes or no. >> i will not give disinformation to the american public. >> you what? >> i don't want to get disinformation. >> i want you to do research, if you're wrong will you go into the exchanges -- >> if you can will you? that's a yes or no? if you can will you? >> i will take a look at it. >> that is not an ends. >> marsha blackburn was also on the committee asking why obamacare should be allowed to decide what plan is best for americans. we'll talk to her a little later this hour. there is word from the white house today that it is satisfied with the testimony brought kathleen sebelius yesterday. what do you think? were you satisfied? @marthamaccallum, @billhemmer. that is our twitter question of the day. martha: their story right now, bill, clearly you just have to wait. some of you will get subsidies you don't realize you're going to get. the these gaps being dropped on your policy and successfully being able to get one. they're urging caution, hold, hold,
that morsi him so--himself says is against 'against the law. according to the law and the institution morsi is the president of the republican. this is the lead and constitutional situation right now. >> if morsi is convicted of incitment to commitment murder he could be sentenced to death. ♪ >> okay let's get going with today's business bites. two tech giants are making headlines. back berry has abandoned their plans to sell itself. and twitter has raised the ip range. and joining us is matt. of good to see you. what is going on with blackberry? in late september this canadian investment group fairfax announced this plan they were going to buy blackberry. that man -- plan was contingent on them raising the money. >> see fairfax couldn't raise the money. >> there was not enough interest to spend 4.$6 billion on this company. >> what does that mean for blackberry moving forward. that means a 250 million-dollar investment. >> does blackberry think they can survive. >> it's not a good sign that this well respected group couldn't raise the money to buy them out. >> it will give them a little
showing a blatant disregard for systems and laws designed to protect the hotel. as our filings made clear, these are not victimless crimes. americans trust medications prescribed for their parents and grandparents, for their children and for themselves. they are selected because they are in the patient's best nterest. the laws enacted by congress and the enforcement efforts of the fda provide important safeguards to ensure that the drugs are proof -- are approved for uses that are safe as well as effective. efforts by drug companies to introduce their drugs into interstate commerce for unapproved uses subvert those laws. likewise, payment of kickbacks undermines the independent medical judgment of healthcare providers. it creates financial incentives to increase the use of certain drugs, potentially putting the help of some patients at risk. every time pharmaceutical companies engage in this type of conduct, they corrupt medical decisions by healthcare providers. they jeopardize the public health and they take money out of the taxpayers pockets. this settlement demonstrates that the depar
. how disingenuous. the insurance companies are following the law that he insisted upon and they now have to live under. >> well he has pick ad perfect enemy for him because of course nobody wants to stand up for the insurance companies but as you say, the insurance companies are doing exactly what the law has instructed them and other thing is, let's not forget, insurance companies whether you like them or not, they are for-profit corporations and if you put a bun of laws in place that incentivize them to kick people off insurance perhaps, that is the law's fault, not the company's fault. and so, you know, for him to vilify them now especially after he has sort of brought them in and basically made them you know, promise them a massive new marketplace off of which to make money, you know he can bash the insurance companies all he wants to now, but let's be clear he has been the biggest friend to insurance companies up to now because he created a whole new marketplace for them and of course that gets missed in the press all the time. and of course he would never admit to that now but
stupid federal law, you have been required to access taxpayer money. by the way, are you going with h.r. 1028, acted and unnecessary are opening 2013? >> you think it's a good idea? you don't have to say. >> it's complicated. >> i know you do. that act which stops this stupid bark at get us off the treadmill. if you were in trouble i would be happy to jump on you. hound you pretty good. because $48 billion in the bank and you don't think you have to use it, and yet we are having another hearing today. i have a friend who just bought a $200,000 condo. it took $50,000 down. that's pretty good, right? they had to borrow $150,000. they have an auto loan, credit card, they owe about $175,000 have about $10,000 in the bank. all my god, they are one and safety $5000 of negative net worth. call the police. everybody i know has negative net worth except the few people on the other side apparently. [laughter] >> but they still get loans and things go on. there is no federal law that i know of that would require my friends to make another borrowing simply to have money there in case -- you know
appeals court reinstating most of a tough new abortion law in texas requiring doctors at clinic that is perform the procedure to have hospital admitting privileges. 12 of the 32 texas clinics do not comply with that. therefore they could be closed as early as today. the ruling comes just three days after a federal judge ruled the law unconstitutional. >> a bombshell new report revealing that some homeland security employees are fudging on their time sheets, claiming overtime while they sat at their desks and, you know, surfed the net. correspondent molly henneberg live in washington. molly, how long has this been going on? >> reporter: for years, gregg. federal investigators call it long-standing abuse of overtime payments this is happening specifically at department of homeland security. they have not got reports of paycheck padding at other agencies at this point, according to "the washington post." the controversy over something called administratively uncontrollable overtime or auo. it is meant to provide overtime pay for border patrol agents or others in the department who
not be prepared or ready to be the guy with the gun? >> very real possibility. law enforcement is specifically trained to respond in a quick manner and we saw that today. they were able to neutralize that threat in a quick moment. >> what about the fact airport security is set up the way it is? this guy walked in with a gun in a bag, gets to the security check point, pulls it out and opens fire? is there some need to change how air forces set up altogether? >> we have to look to that in the totality. maybe look to overseas like our partners in israel. what are they doing over there? we can always learn. >> i remember right after 9/11 there were armed soldiers carrying automatic weapons at every gate in a lot of airports. is there some need to go back to that sort of thing or would that be an overreaction? >> i think that was based on the 9/11 terrorist threat, but i think we have to balance our civil liberties and try to identify these individuals who are on a pathway of targeting violence and intervene prior to the act being taken. >> i'm glad you brought that up, a 23-year-old suspect descri
not have a sprinkler system. since the building was older, sprinklers were not required by law. tonight's meeting is at 7:00 at the fair oaks community center. >>> well, the end of daylight-savings time comes sunday, and this means most of us will be heading home to work in the dark. san francisco police say when we roll the clocks back last year, police saw an increase in robberies near transit hubs and smartphones are often the target. police are heading out today reminding commuters the smartphone glow will shine an hour earlier. >> we noticed there was an increase in robberies around the transit hubs and realizing that people's commutes were during hours of darkness, we wanted to get information out to advise the public of that. >> they're hoping to shine a light on dangers in the dark. officers plan to be more visible around transit hubs during the evening commute hoping to discourage thieves. >>> the maker of the popular seracha hot sauce is face aing lawsuit accused of stinking up the air around the southern california factory. the city of irwindale filed suit yesterday asking a
it is yours. dagen: we are staying on top of this toy. the president's health-care law on capitol hill and there's a lot of fire being thrown. connell: you have been watching kathleen sebelius on what happened with the launch of obamacare. >> in these early weeks, access to healthcare.gov has been a miserably frustrating experience for too many americans including many who avoided years, there's the entire life for the security of health insurance. i am as frustrated and angry as anyone with the flawed launch of healthcare.gov. let me sail directly to these americans you deserve better. i apologize. i am accountable to you for fixing these problems and committed turn your confidence back. dagen: talking about falling on your sword, kathleen sebelius looking to shoulder the blame for problems with the rollout of the health exchanges. continue to breakdown. connell: we will go back live as things heat up in the q&a, rich edson has been monitoring the whole thing and he joins us from washington d.c. with a latest on capitol hill. rich: she is confident by november 30th they will have
is protesting that change. >> reporter: there's people at dolores park planning to break city law in order to protest a proposed law to close the parks at night. it's a chilly night for a camp out in san francisco. but a hot button issue has a few protesters ready to spend the night at dolores park. >> this is also about criminalized poverty. >> they're proposing legislation to give parks uniformed closing time. >> the people who are in the parks at night aren't all causing trouble. they're people who are down on their luck and have nowhere to go. >> reporter: some neighborhood associations think it's about time. >> do you use the park between midnight and 5:00 a.m. >> no, as gavin newsom once said, nothing good happens after midnight. >> reporter: san francisco is the only major city in the country without a uniformed closing time for its parks. supervisor scott weiner sponsored the proposal. >> there's nothing more frustrating than to see vandalism in our parks. >> reporter: in may of last year, vandals struck the newly constructed dolorer park one day after it opened. vandals have cause
's people at dolores park planning to break city law in order to protest a proposed law to close the parks at night. it's a chilly night for a camp out in san francisco. but a hot button issue has a few protesters ready to spend the night at dolores park. >> this is also about criminalized poverty. >> they're proposing legislation to give parks uniformed closing time. >> the people who are in the parks at night aren't all causing trouble. they're people who are down on their luck and have nowhere to go. >> reporter: some neighborhood associations think it's about time. >> do you use the park between midnight and 5:00 a.m. >> no, as gavin newsom once said, nothing good happens after midnight. >> reporter: san francisco is the only major city in the country without a uniformed closing time for its parks. supervisor scott weiner sponsored the proposal. >> there's nothing more frustrating than to see vandalism in our parks. >> reporter: in may of last year, vandals struck the newly constructed dolorer park one day after it opened. vandals have caused millions of the dollars a year most of it h
in the process and provides another option at the end of the day we are all stuck on the same queue. this law and this system needs this system to work. >> there is a potential death spiral if we don't get enough people signed up. we have a couple of years to get this thing up and running and working. my firm belief, everything we know from massachusetts is we will get those people. rich: november 30 is the deadline. a number of democrats in the senate more republican or conservative states pushing the administration. he better get on and fix this as soon as possible. dagen: calling him on the phone saying could you have picked a better phrase? >> it happens to all of us. dagen: what, honesty? rich: exactly. connell: you heard him talk about massachusetts, or referring to it. mitt romney had comments on the whole fiasco. let's watch that. >> you have to tell the american people the truth and when you told the american people that you could keep thei your health insurance if you wanted to keep that plan, he said that time and again, he wasn't telling the truth. i think that fundamental dishone
law on hospitals. that is live at 3:00 eastern on c-span3. >> i am surrounded by a few of the items that kept -- on the best dressed list. she worked with one of her favorite designers for her suits and daywear outfits. this is the outfit she wore to the formal opening of the saint lawrence seaway. designed dressed as this -- the eisenhower qual. with the houses that many of the eisenhower's lived in. examines --few examples of manes day dresses. ime's day dresses. theie kennedy is a fan of little black dress, and these are main means favorites. her love ofs show bright colors and wild fabrics. first lady, mrs. eisenhower. >> a look now at the cost of higher education. heads of universities in inyland, north carolina meet capitol hill to talk about higher education at lower cost. lawmakers are considering changes to the higher education act which is said to expire at year's end. two hours.ut >> today is the second in our series to examine post secondary education. discuss is ofill interest to policymakers -- that is innovation in higher education. we have spent time in this committe
your doctor, you can keep your doctor. listen to debbie's tweet. debbie glosser says my in-laws lost their doctor of 18 years because of obama care. doctor said he would be breaking the law if he treated them. they were not able to keep their doctor. the president said if you like your health care plan you can keep your plan. listen to this. was dropped by anthem blue cross in colorado. don't know if i can keep my dock the tor. was planning to add my husband to my policy. can't afford it now because of the high premiums. one can't keep their doctor. one can't keep their health care plan and may not be able to keep their doctor. >> the volume, i have been looking at it all day, we have a lot of people writing about this. >> we are asking people to continue to tweet us your horror stories on the halloween. let us know how obama care is affecting you and your family. >> thank you very much. >> sure. >> we'll check in throughout the hour for more. send yours to @sean hannity on twitter. first we bring in juan williams and best selling author david limbaugh. juan, one of the the frustrati
and think they're above the law. >> the 86-page complaint ladies and alleges officers handcuffed him madicious -- maliciously. >> it was not discipline. there is no accountability. they fail to train, fail to supervise. and as a result, the sta citizens are placed in peril. >> reporter: they have not commented on the lawsuit. >>> a house fire has claimed the lives of two people in north baltimore. mary has the latest on the investigation. >> city fire officials say two elderly people died after being pulled from the home. you can see the extent of the damage done to the house. the fire appears to have started in a middle room on the first flar of the two staph hear duplex. fair are fire fire the -- firefighters say the two people died of asphyxiation, while being rushed to the hospital. >>> shot rang out just after 1:00 this afternoon. at 22nd and kennedy. one of the men was pronounced dead at the scene. the second of the transported to johns hopkins hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. >>> no arrests have been made. anyone with information is asked to contact baltimore city
of mickey mouse. it would have diverted them to a website that said, stob, you're violating federal law. it messed with -- messed is a technical term, but messed with dns, a bad idea. it's different. i think conflating them -- this is a -- this is sort of how things work in a democracy and because we are in a politically difficult situation, maybe it's moving a little more slowly, but i do think we're going to be able to bring them around, and when you talk on the hill, five years ago we probably had this experience, five years ago, they said get out of the way, kid, why bother with the cyber stuff? they get it. we're on a path to fix these things. you will have significant objections though, and one of the things we're not dealing with when i put on the think tank hat what i think is snowden episode, it's not accidental. it's planned, a nonstate actor engaging in information against the u.s.. we have a new kind of opponent, new conflict, we're not doing well in dealing with it right now, and these are things we have to overcome, but i am positive we can overcome them. >> just this part
day job and fund raise due to new jersey law and the book says he wasn't as forthcoming in the vetting process as other candidates. now, beth meyers, a long-time aide to mitt romney said to the "new york times" that chris christie complied fully in the vetting process but when you look at what "the new york times" is reporting about this book, the unanswered questions just kind of go on and on, about a defamation lawsuit against the governor from earlier in his political career as well as the names and documentation of his household employees. as well as information about his medical history. there's even more than that, chris. >> boy, oh, boy, that book probably going to sell for those who love the inside game. >> i think so. >> brianna, have a good weekend. i'm sure i'll see you again in the show. >>> a major new step in an investigation into a mysterious death. 17-year-old kendrick johnson was found dead inside a rolled up gym mat at his high school. his death was ruled an accident. his parents say he was murdered. there have been odd things here with evidence collection and autopsy
to a law enforcement official, he was carrying materials including an anti-tsa rant and a reference to a new world order. ciancia lived in l.a., but he is from new jersey. police have been at his family's home in pensville, new jersey. according to the police chief, the suspect sent text messages to his family yesterday, ranting about the government. >> basically, the text message was just a message to the little brother, and the way it was written, they had concern about it. that's when they brought it to our attention. >> the chief says officers informed police in los angeles, but then it was too late. >>> from the moment the first shot rang out, it was chaos at l.a.x. cnn's dan simon reports on how it all happened and the personal stories of the people who had to rupp for the ru runs for their lives. >> reporter: los angeles international airport. 9:20 a.m. local time. the fbi says 23-year-old paul anthony ciancia enters terminal 3, pulls a rifle from a bag, and opens fire. >> he proceeded up into the screening area where tsa screeners are and continues shooting and went past the
each of you, mr. johnson's family, the law enforcement agencies, the local community, and all of those interested in or have been affected by the tragic circumstances, that my goal, in fact my oath requires, me to follow the facts, apply the law, and now protect the independence and objectivity of this investigative process. thank you all very much. >> all right. there he is, michael moore, u.s. attorney, in georgia, announcing they are reopening the case into the mysterious death of 17-year-old kendrick johnson earlier this year. you saw family members, they are xleerly pleased. they had been searching for answers into the death surrounding 17-year-old kendrick johnson and are very, very pleased. you see the family and friends in valdosta, georgia, right now. just a moment, we'll talk about what happened with cnn legal analyst sunny hostin. victor blackwell doggedly chasing the story for more than six months and walks us through what happened. >> reporter: months of protests. sit-in and marches have shaken the small south georgia city of valdosta. demonstrators say they want answers i
. >> that's right. >> tem plate for the president's health care law. more on that in a moment but first, congratulations. >> thank you, andrea, we're excited. a little sleepy, too. >> quite a night of celebration for a lot of people. we stayed up to watch it but we weren't in the streets. how does it feel in boston and how important was this series victory to restoring hope and a sense of confidence and resilience as mike barnicle was saying this morning. >> the first game of the season, if i remembered right, was at the very end of that terrible week after the marathon bombing. to have the team have such an incredible season, such a turnaround from last season. to sum nature this way is affirming. really exciting. a parade in the next day or two. you'll see that boston strong spirit out and visible and strong when that comes. >> now, i want to get to the subject, the president's visit. you were with the president yesterday. >> yes. >> how frustrated is he about this? how much responsibility did he personally take for launching this major political initiative, legacy initiative and not
himself said is against the law. >> the difference between the actual of dr. morsi and the trial of mubarak is that mubarak has no authority while president morsi insists he is still president. this is the legal and constitutional situation right now. >> reporter: if morsi is convicted of incitement to commit murder, he could be sentenced to death. dominick cane, al jazeera. >> pakistani president musharraf has been granted bail. he has been charged with the deadeath of benzar butu. >> reporter: musharraf, who was president, ordered a team to storm a house of worship. among those killed was gazi's father, the man who ran the mosque and it's affiliated schools. some of the supporters involved in the violence were his students. he wanted islamic law imposed. they said the former ruler was personally responsible for the deaths. >> musharraf said that they were terrorists. my father never hurt anyone. musharraf is the terrorist. he ordered the killing. >> reporter: those who lost loved ones here at the red mosque clearly blame musharraf for their deaths, but many believe he will leav
are calling for new privacy laws to stop u.s. intelligence agencies from breaking into their data overseas. for more on all of it we turn to our chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell in our d.c. newsroom tonight. andrea, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. the tech companies worry they are losing an arm's race with the nsa which nbc news confirms has been hacking into google and yahoo data centers around the world as fast as the company has put up firewalls. vacuuming up e-mail and phone records. google and yahoo data centers in all corners of the globe reach targets by data collection by nsa and british intelligence. as first reported in the "washington post" they found more documents leaked by edward snowden, hundreds of thousands of e-mails, search queries and other activity collected, decoded and filtered and possible intelligence targets transmitted to the nsa in fort meade, maryland. >> you have thousands and thousands of mile of cable out there. so presumably the nsa has found somehow to gain access to this cable. >> reporter: the programs described in this
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